He Junke, secretary of the leading Party members group, vice-president in charge of daily work, and chief executive secretary of the Secretariat of the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), met with Elies Molins, co-president of the World Federation of Scientific Workers (WFSW), in Beijing on Oct 17, 2023.
The two sides discussed the 2024 WFSW executive meeting and a series of activities to be held in China, as well as other issues on future cooperation.
He said that the CAST would provide full support in organizing the 2024 WFSW executive meeting and other activities in China. And he expressed the hope that the two sides could strengthen practical cooperation in alignment with the implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations (UN).
Molins echoed that he looked forward to more bilateral cooperation in the fields of science popularization, scientist mobility, and science education for the youth in the future.
The WFSW is a non-governmental international organization and an official UNESCO partner, with 23 affiliated organizations from multiple countries, including Algeria, Argentina, Belarus, China, Egypt, France, Portugal, Russia, and Senegal. It was founded in 1946 in London with the basic purpose of developing and utilizing science to serve humanity.
Source: Official website of the CAST